How to Eat Vegetables!
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How to Eat Vegetables!


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This book is about showcasing the amazing ways you can cook with vegetables. Over my 20 years of cooking, I have found different ways to treat and cook vegetables that I love to eat. I would like to share some of them with you. Please enjoy these delicious recipes.

I couldn't have done this book without the support of my wife, 2 daughters, my son and my parents, thank you.

This book is about showcasing the amazing ways you can cook with vegetables. Over my 20 years of cooking, I have found different ways to treat and cook vegetables that I love to eat. I would like to share some of them with you. Please enjoy these delicious recipes.

I couldn't have done this book without the support of my wife, 2 daughters, my son and my parents, thank you.
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Chef Ed's Chimichurri
 
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Miso Glazed Green Beans
 
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White Balsamic Vinaigrette
 
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Garlic Greens
 
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Veggie Spring Roll Filling
 
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Fried Garlic for Garnish & Garlic Oil For Cooking
 
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Oven Dried Pineapple Fried Rice
 
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5 Spice Marinade
 
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Coconut French Toast Batter
 
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Chef Ed Sweet & Spicy Marinade
 
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Chef Ed's Tomato Sauce
 
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Chef Ed Noodle Salad
 
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Lo Mein Stir Fry
 
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Shiitake Potstickers
 
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Vegan PHO Broth
 
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Akara
 
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Lemongrass Creamed Spinach
 
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Dal, sometimes spelled Dahl or Dhal
 
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Stuffed Mushroom Bird's Nest
 
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Chef Ed's Quinoa Salad
 
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Chef Ed's Beans
 
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Spinach Rice
 
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Chef Ed's Chimichurri
I love this recipe so much, especially when it comes to grilling and roasting. It's the perfect condiment.

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Miso Glazed Green Beans
This is such a clean and refreshing dish. I love the miso and how much flavor it brings to the green beans. It's the perfect dish to snack on as an appetizer or side dish.

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White Balsamic Vinaigrette
A very easy one to make. It is the perfect flavor for various types of salads, especially for the quinoa salad in this cookbook.

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Garlic Greens
This recipe is easy to execute and packed with a variety of greens that has tons of nutrients and flavor, please enjoy.

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Veggie Spring Roll Filling
I love this veggie roll because it's not like your average roll. Flavor is developed throughout the process of making the filling. The TYJ wrapper is also the best to use for super crispy spring rolls.

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Fried Garlic for Garnish & Garlic Oil For Cooking
This is one of those you keep in your back pocket. Having these garlic chips or garlic oil on hand will help with any garnishing or cooking.

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Oven Dried Pineapple Fried Rice
I love this recipe for a lot of reasons, I originally learned the technique while working at Buddakan in NYC. Like the oven dried pineapple technique is very kool and adds a dimension of flavor and natural sweetness. It is also beautiful to look at and eat.

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5 Spice Marinade
A marinade filled with umami and bold earthy flavors.

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Coconut French Toast Batter
I love this recipe and its beautiful aroma. It is very easy to make and taste great. I love making it with my 3 children and they enjoy it as well. A true family favorite.

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Chef Ed Sweet & Spicy Marinade
I came up with this recipe while doing a group party at my home. It's perfect for grilling all types of food. I love the heat you get from the chili and ginger in this recipe.

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Chef Ed's Tomato Sauce
I love this recipe very much, my wife showed me how to make Nigerian Stew which is a version of tomato sauce, but then flavored with beef broth. So I took what I knew of Italian tomato sauce and married it with her recipe. I give you the end result, this has become a staple in my house. The secret to this recipe is not rushing the onion and garlic when caramelizing them. It must happen on its own without high flames so that the sugar develops, giving way to that beautiful amber color and flavor. The other is cooking the stew long enough to recreate flavor.

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Chef Ed Noodle Salad
I love this dish because of my travels to India. I enjoyed this dish for the first time at the hotel I stayed in India. So I decided to decipher the dish and recreate it for myself when I got home and I did just that. So I give you my version of this delicious meal.

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Lo Mein Stir Fry
One of my favorite things to eat from the Chinese take out was the Lo Mein. So when I learned how to make it I was very thrilled and now I share it with you.

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Shiitake Potstickers
While working in New York City at a restaurant called Micheal's I started teaching my self more about Asian flavors and came up with this recipe. I share it with you because it means so much to me.

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Vegan PHO Broth
I loved eating PHO at restaurants before I stop eating meat, so I decided I needed to make a stock that was just as good as the restaurants I use to visit. So I came up with this recipe, hope you enjoy. No animals were harmed in the creating of this recipe.

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Akara
Akara is a dish of love for me. Jane my wife made it for me a couple of times and I fell in love with them so much, that I had to learn how to make them. Now I give this recipe to you, please enjoy.

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Lemongrass Creamed Spinach
I love spinach so much, I am always happy to experiment with different ways to make it taste even better. So lemongrass adds a subtle yet unique flavor.

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Dal, sometimes spelled Dahl or Dhal
As a child, I spent some time in South America in a place called Guyana to be exact and was introduce to all different types of cuisines. One of them was Indian food which I love to this day. This recipe is so easy to make and you will love the authentic taste of it.

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Stuffed Mushroom Bird's Nest
This is a great recipe for everyone to enjoy. It is infused with great flavors that anyone can enjoy.

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Chef Ed's Quinoa Salad
This is a special recipe. On my last trip to London, I had a similar dish at a restaurant in Heathrow. I enjoyed it so much I decided to remake a Chef Ed's version. Take a trip with me to London and try this salad, you won't be disappointed.

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Chef Ed's Beans
I created this recipe to increase protein and nutrients in my families diet after removing meat from our meals. My kids would always ask me to make beans but I got tired of the same beans over and over so, I decided to start cooking the beans in different ways, using different spices and it has become a staple in our home now.

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Spinach Rice
I love the fact that this recipe lets you eat your greens in abundance. Spinach is packed with so many vitamins and minerals, also quite delish when done right. I make this at home in batches and freeze some for later use.

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WORDS IN MY RECIPES
I wanted to give meaning to a few words used throughout the cookbook.

This book is about showcasing the amazing ways you can cook with vegetables. Over my 20 years of cooking, I have found different ways to treat and cook vegetables that I love to eat. I would like to share some of them with you. Please enjoy these delicious recipes. I couldn't have done this book without the support of my wife, 2 daughters, my son and my parents, thank you.

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How to Eat Vegetables!

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This book is about showcasing the amazing ways you can cook with vegetables. Over my 20 years of cooking, I have found different ways to treat and cook vegetables that I love to eat. I would like to share some of them with you. Please enjoy these delicious recipes. I couldn't have done this book without the support of my wife, 2 daughters, my son and my parents, thank you.